Productive & Profitable: How to Plan Your Best Week, Every Week with Steph Crowder
Today I'm excited to share more about Steph Crowder on who she is and how she helps female entrepreneurs. Steph and I first met a handful of years back when she was making the decision to leave her Corporate job for something a little more entrepreneurial. It has been amazing to see her grow and where she has taken her business.
I'm stoked to have her joining us in April for the She Did It Her Way Summit!
Steph Crowder helps people crack the code on what to work on, when. She's a business coach, strategist & host of the Courage & Clarity Podcast, a weekly show designed to inspire and instruct. She's also a co-host of The Fizzle Show, and has helped thousands of entrepreneurs make meaningful progress as Director of Member Success at Fizzle.co. When not nerding out over strategy & sales, you can find her chasing after her two-year-old and chowing down on Mexican food with her husband in Louisville, KY.
At the summit, she'll be walking us through a method that will help us stop wondering what to work on each week & start making real progress towards our dreams. Plan our entire work week once, and actually get meaningful stuff *done* this time. It's possible to supercharge our productivity WITHOUT breaking our neck to get it all done. In this hands-on session, we'll learn a repeatable system for highly productive weeks -- and it only takes 15 minutes, a notebook and a pen to make it happen.
What's your number one piece of advice for entrepreneurs?
Clarity comes from *action* -- not the other way around. So take one step, then the next one, then the next one..
What's the best investment you've made in your business?
Spending 3 years of my career as an apprentice of a prominent, successful blogger & business owner. It shortened my learning curve to learn from people who've really done it -- and to get tons of experience coaching, managing revenue and problem solving the ins and outs of a real deal business.
What are your favorite tools/apps that you use?
My 15 minute planner method is the one thing I do EVERY week! I also like Freshbooks for keeping track of my time, invoices & expenses.
What is one of your favorite books you've read that has made an impact on you?
You Squared by Price Pritchett (yes I know that's two! :)